Imagining [verb]

Definition of Imagining:

dream up, conceive

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Sentence/Example of Imagining:

It is difficult to imagine a worse, more undemocratic action by a sitting American President.

The full impact of genome editing on human health can hardly be imagined.

Who would have imagined that you could buy Airbus at 12 times earnings—a company in a duopoly.

They have so much more momentum now than we would have imagined eight months ago.

It’s hard to imagine how the Sixers could have done any better.

Even science fiction movies have repeatedly imagined robots as ungainly creations that walk with slow, halting steps.

Pekosz said he imagined Musk received a positive result initially and then had other tests done to try and confirm the result.

Every time I’ve visited the Heurich House Museum — the Dupont Circle mansion of wealthy brewer Christian Heurich — I’ve imagined how great it would be to be a wealthy brewer and live in a Dupont Circle mansion.

With two lawsuits pending, it’s hard to imagine a situation that more accurately captures the tension in the music industry in 2020.

The manufacturers were imagining mass vaccination efforts and not really thinking about rural areas.